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Chamber concert to feature Schubert quartet
One of Franz Schubert's most famous strino
quartets will be performed by the Quartetto Caecilia
di Roma Friday in a concert in the Sheldon Art
Gallery auditorium. Tickets for the 8 p.m. concert
will be available at the door.
Schubert's "Death and the Maiden" is one of his
most mature works, according to Nelson Potter,
president of the Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music!
The title is derived from the theme of the slow
movement, which is a dialogue between death and a
young girl. Potter said the quartet has not been
performed in Lincoln for 10 years.
The Quartetto Caecilia di Roma was founded by
the first violinist, Pina Carmirelli, who was associated
with the Marlboro Music Festival., The members are
all from Rome. .
The quartet will also perform Giuseppe Verdi's
only string quartet, which Potter said is seldom heard,
Franz Haydn's "Quartet Opus 76, No. 6" will also be
Haydn was the father of the string quartet and this
is one of his most famous works, Potter said.
Season tickets are available for next year's Lincoln
Friends of Chamber Music series, which will include a
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performance by the Amadeus Quartet.
The Amadeus Quartet, based in England, is
probably the world's finest string quartet, according
In order to continue importing well-known
quartets, Potter said the price of season tickets had to
be raised from$15 to $18. Tickets may be purchased
or reserved for next year at the last concert Friday.
The Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music' are
applying for grants, Potter said, which would enable
the group to offer discount student season tickets.
"Food Fads Fool" is the theme of a
number of activities and educational
programs planned this week to promote
factual inforjnation about nutrition.
March 2-lThas been designated National
Nutrition Week by the American Dietetic
"You are what you eat, drink,
breathe. . ." That is true. You are also
what heredity and environment have
contributed. Misinformation is often
easier to obtain that correct information.
Some following statements are not
entirely complete and explanations give
more complete information.
STATEMENT: Healthy, active
children require some concentrated
sweets, such as candy for energy needs.
FACT: Children require calories for
energy which may come from
carbohydrates, fats or protein. Excess
sweets may give children a taste for sugar, '
setting them up for obesity, cavities and
life-long poor diets.
STATEMENT: Modern processing
removes most cf the vitamins and
minerals in foods.
FACT: This is not true. While any
type of processing, including simple
cooking, tends to reduce the nutrient
content or quality of foods, modem
processing methods are designed to
keep such losses as low as possible. In
many instances, nutrients are restored by
enrichment after processing.
STATEMENT: You have to eat special
foods if you want to lose weight.
FACT: Your physician should
prescribe any special diet you may need.
Personal experimenting and fad diets can
be highly dangerous to your health. To
lose weight, one must take in fewer
calories than are burned for energy.
STATEMENT: Synthetic vitamins are
dead and ineffective; vitamins from
natural sources are much better.
FACT: Vitamins are specific chemical
compounds, and the human body can use
them equally well whether they are
synthesized by a chemist or by nature.
STATEMENT: Everyone should take
vitamins, just to be sure.
FACT: Very few of us eat exactly the
same foods as our neighbors eat. There is
some variation that makes our diet
different from everyone elses' diet.
Variety helps to assure adequate nutrition
for most of us. Most healthy individuals
whose diet regularly includes even modest
amounts of meat, eggs, milk products,
fruits, vegetables, bread and other cereal
products . need not resort to dietary
supplements. Modest supplementation
with certain vitamins is generally
recommended during infancy, pregnancy
and while breast feeding.
When you have questions concerning
your health, contact your doctor or one
of the health services offered in Lincoln.
The Lincoln Dietetic Association is
sponsoring a Nutrition Fair at Gateway
shopping center Saturday.
o symposium on the future
march 6 3:30 - south crib
potentials through hypnosis
march 6 8.00 - room 202
lincoln improvisation en wimble
3:30 - union centennial room
professor (ernes gunn
the discovery of the future;
program on science fiction
8 00 - union sm. auditorium
an essential for survival
8.00 - burr lounge
Itot and elizabeth janewey
3:30 - union centennial room
human relations in the ear 2000
eliot and eliiabefh janeay
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thursday, march 6, 1975
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